Industrial Relations Law

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Cavendish Pub., 2002 - Law - 392 pages
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This text is a guide to the state of the current law governing the relationship between workers, trade unions and employers. All aspects of the law regulating industrial relations are analysed - internal trade union law, the extent of legal support for collective bargaining and freedom of association and issues arising from industrial conflict between union and employer. The text evaluates the role played by political, economic and industrial influences on legal developments and explanins the historical context in which collective labour law is located. The new edition takes full account of new domestic legislation and case law, as well as European Union and international initiatives.

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